Tag: Crash Tests

Snowy Conditions? No Problem for Robot Cars

One of the many concerns that people have about the autonomous vehicles that are currently being developed is that it’s unclear how they will operate in inclement weather. These vehicles might be able to navigate dry roads safely, but what is going to happen when it snows outside? Will the vehicles be inoperable? There’s no… Read more »

See the Difference 20 Years of Safety Innovations Can Make

It’s no secret that cars today are far safer than they were two decades ago. Incremental improvements to air bags, crumple zones and chassis materials have all contributed to vehicle designs that perform better in accidents, thereby protecting drivers and passengers from harm. Because these changes have happened so gradually, however, you may not realize… Read more »

2017 Ford Mustang Scores Poorly In European Crash Tests

Despite being a staple of American muscle car culture, the Ford Mustang has become remarkably popular in European markets in recent years. With Mustang sales surging across the pond, the Belgium-based European New Car Assessment Program (Euro NCAP) decided it was time to put the car through the organization’s rigorous battery of crash tests. In… Read more »

Why do Women Fare Worse in Car Accidents Than Men?

According to the NHTSA, men are statistically more likely to be involved in car accidents than women. This is due to the fact that men tend to drive more miles each year, and are more likely to engage in risky driving behaviors. But in spite of the fact that men are more likely to get… Read more »

More Car Accident Myths [Part 2 of 2]

Here at 4N6XPRT Systems we want to give you as much information as possible to educate you on car accidents.  This is the reason for continuing our advice and breaking down the facts in this continuation. Children Don’t Get Hurt in Car Accidents Because They Are Young and Flexible – Children get injured in car… Read more »

Special Problems in Traffic Crash Reconstruction conference vendor

  4N6XPRT Systems will be a vendor at the Institute of Police Technology and Managements Special Problems in Traffic Crash Reconstruction conference in St. Pete Beach, FL, May 19 through May 24, 2013.   4N6XPRT Systems’s GM & Technical Support Specialist Daniel Vomhof III will be assisting in the planned test crash(es) to be conducted by the Tulsa… Read more »

ARC-CSI Conference Vendor

  4N6XPRT Systems will be a vendor at the ARC-CSI conference in Las Vegas, NV, May 13 through May 16, 2013.   4N6XPRT Systems’s GM & Technical Support Specialist Daniel Vomhof III will be doing a “Track side presentation” on crush measurement between two of the tests, and will be available to demonstrate the Expert… Read more »